During REM sleep, people are able to interact with researchers and engage in real-time communication. The study reports while dreaming, people can follow instructions, perform simple math, answer yes and no questions, and tell the difference between different sensory stimuli.
Using Cappella recordings, researchers discover humans have developed complementary neural systems in each hemisphere for auditory stimuli.
Scientists have developed DIY assistive technology prototypes that can help those with disabilities to communicate and interact with the world around them.
Reading to infants and young children is associated with stronger vocabulary skills at age three. The findings reveal parents who read to children with genetic predispositions to learning and attention disorders help improve their language acquisition skills.
People can infer a cat's affective state from subtle aspects of their facial expressions.
The human ability to recognize the facial expressions of dogs is acquired through age and experience and is not an evolutionarily selected trait.
Study reveals the dynamic patterns of information flow between critical language regions of the brain.